Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. April 1936

Frost, Robert et al

Published by Poetry Magazine, Publisher, 1936
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Printed orange wraps. A single issue of this long running magazine devoted to poetry, with this issue featuring poetry by Robert Frost: 'Ten Mills,' and At Woodward's Gardens; work by Ted Olson, Frances D. Pinder and others. GOOD condition. Some chipping and minor tearing along the extremities. Edges and spine faded. Minor soiling. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Poetry. A Magazine of Verse. April 1936
Publisher: Poetry Magazine, Publisher
Publication Date: 1936
Binding: Wraps
Book Condition: Good

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Book Description Poetry, Chicago, 1936. Condition: Good. First edition. Small octavo. Good in chipped paper wrappers and nearly detached front wrap. This issue features two poems by Robert Frost, "At Woodward's Gardens" and "Ten Mills." Cover designed by Eric Gill. Seller Inventory # 315519

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Book Description Poetry, Chicago, 1936. 12mo, original printed wrappers. Small chip out of fore-edge of front wrapper, very light soiling, otherwise a very good copy with a short holograph note from Robert Mueller, associate editor of Poetry magazine, laid in. Small chip out of fore-edge of front wrapper, very light soiling, otherwise a very good copy with a short holograph note from Robert Mueller, associate editor of Poetry magazine, laid in. The Objectivists issue of Poetry, edited by Louis Zukofsky, with poems by Zukofsky, Williams, Bunting, Oppen, Reznikoff, Rakosi, Rexroth, Wheelwright, among others; an essay, Sincerity and Objectification by Zukofsky, and a Symposium by Parker Tyler and Charles Henri Ford. Seller Inventory # 19691

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